Don’t believe the hype.
The former A list tweener actress turned B+ list adult actress/future p*rn star despises her probable soon to be ex boss and their feud is one of the reasons the show is going down.
There are too many alternatives out there for a channel to have to put up with the feud.
The whole thing was a gamble and the gamble failed.
I. Marlene King
writer, producer and director. She is best known as the executive producer and showrunner of the Freeform teen drama Pretty Little Liars. She also wrote the 1995 film Now and Then.
I. Marlene King Denies Feud With Famous in Love’s Bella Thorne
News to her! Famous in Love showrunner I. Marlene King denies rumors that she is feuding with the show’s star Bella Thorne. Reports that the two are at odds surfaced on Tuesday, June 26, after it was revealed that the Freeform show was canceled after two seasons.
“Despite what may be out there I am not in a feud w @bellathorne. We have, and have always had, a friendly and professional relationship,” King tweeted.
Even more, the Pretty Little Liars creator hopes that a third season can still happen. “FACT: The ENTIRE @FamousinLoveTV cast and crew are crossing our fingers and toes as we light candles for a S3 pickup,” she added. “#Raige On!”
Just hours earlier, Thorne slammed the network for allegedly not telling her that the series was coming to an end. “If this is how I find out our show is canceled..I’m going to be so upset,” the 20-year-old actress replied to a Twitter post about the news. “Very hurtful freeform. I woulda liked a phone call maybe.”
A source previously told The Hollywood Reporter that it was a “relief” for many that the show was over because of drama between King and Thorne and that the actress has “diva-like behavior.” Thorne, however, retweeted King’s comments that refuted the claims. – Source